Our expert says:
This could be an allergy causing hives or a condition called granuloma annulare. I think you should get a firm diagnosis first - ask your doctor to refer you to a dermatologist if he is unsure about the diagnosis. Hives are often caused by a food allergy so watch out for foods that seem to trigger this.
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